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10 Celebrity Social Media Nightmares, From The Cringeworthy To The Totally Creepy

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Nobody’s perfect, but with all of the money that celebrities throw around, you think they’d hire social media managers. Why, you might ask? Well, read on. They clearly make mistakes that some of us would never, ever miss. (Looking at you, Scott Disick.)

Enjoy—and remember to play it safe with your own social posts!

 

Usher’s Confessions

Huffington Post

Usher slipped up when he posted a nude Snapchat in a steam room, using only an emoji to cover himself up. That’s not a wise move considering that plenty of kids probably follow him.

 

Supermodel, Super High?

PopDust

This photo looks like it shows supermodel Gigi Hadid snorting something off of the table in a DJ booth. She denied the rumors and tweeted that she’d be an “idiot” to be taking drugs at a work event, surrounded by the press.

 

Don’t Crate The Kids

Borlem

Waka Flocka Flame posted this Snapchat of a little girl inside of a dog cage and everyone freaked out. He joked about the baby “getting out of jail” and said that it was just a joke. Not a good idea.

 

Failure Everywhere

Cosmopolitan

Plenty of us weren’t impressed by the Tay/Kimye feud from the beginning, but it was admittedly hilarious and snakelike when Kim posted Snapchat videos of a private call with Taylor that aired out some dirty laundry about the drama.

 

You Had One Job, Bachelorette

Culture Hook

Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe slipped up big time when she accidentally posted a Snapchat with contestant Shawn Both, revealing just four weeks into the show that he had been the winner. Yikes!

 

Khaled, Lost At Sea

Sick Chirpse

Do you remember where you were when DJ Khaled posted a lengthy series of videos after getting lost at sea? The musician rode his jetski so far off into the dark that he couldn’t figure out how to get home. (He eventually made it back safely.)

 

Some Celebrities Can Be Brainless

Culture Hook

Scott Disick might make for entertaining GIFs and reality show commentary, but he’s not that skilled when it comes to marketing. In this promoted post, he pasted the entirety of his client’s email into a caption.

 

Great Job, Teen Mom

In Touch

Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham really pushed it when she let her four-year-old daughter post Snapchats encouraging strangers to send her text messages. That’s a triple-decker failure.

 

Don’t Blame It On Hackers

Buzzfeed

Years ago, musician Rita Ora tweeted that she’d release her newest track if she managed to gain 100,000 retweets. After waiting patiently, she only received a dismal 2,000 RTs. She promptly deleted the evidence, claiming that she’d been hacked. Likely story.

 

Oprah, Plz

Digital Spy

Let this be another quick lesson in marketing: If you’re posting a tweet that promotes a tech product, do not post it from a device built by the brand’s leading competitor.

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